After having a couple of days to recuperate and rehab, the Redskins (stop me if you'd heard this before) are still very hampered by injuries, especially on the offensive line.
Four of the Redskins’ five starters on the line were dressed in warmups and watching practice.
LT Trent Williams (knee), RG Brandon Scherff (knee), C Spencer Long (knees), and LG Shawn Lauvao (stinger) all were out leaving only RT Morgan Moses on the field. In addition, Ty Nsekhe, their top reserve at tackle, also was out of practice, still rehabbing a core muscle injury he suffered in Week 3.
None of the four starters has been ruled out of the game in Seattle on Sunday although the chances are that Williams and Long both could sit out.
The offensive linemen were not the only ones who were not participating. Also out were DE Matt Ioannidis (hand), TE Niles Paul (concussion), LB Zach Brown (back), and WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring).
Ioannidis already has been ruled out of the Seahawks game and Paul will have to navigate his way through the concussion protocol in order to get cleared to play.
Limited in practice were RB Rob Kelley (ankle), CB Bashaud Breeland (knee, groin), S Montae Nicholson (shoulders), and LB Martrell Spaight (shoulder).
All told, the Redskins' injury report on Wednesday featured 21 players, although seven were fullparticipants.
The team did address their depth issue on the defensive line by signing former Ravens DT Arthur Jones.
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